Mid-18th century hutch table, pine and maple. The table boasts a scrubbed top with beautiful patina. The two boards that make up the top are mortised together. The stretcher base is painted with Spanish brown paint, splays in both directions and has excellent early turnings. The shoe feet are a 19th century addition. This is a rare, very early hutch table that would be a excellent addition to any collection of early American country furniture. Circa 1740-1750, Mohawk Valley, NY.
Dimensions: 46” diameter top x 28” high
Item No. 160091